Darth Paper Strikes Back by Tom Angleberger

Darth Paper Strikes Back by Tom Angleberger is the follow-up to the clever book, The Strange Case of Origami Yoda. In the first installment, Dwight created and used an Origami Yoda to dispense advice and help relate to his classmates. Harvey continually argued that the finger puppet was just that, a puppet. In Darth Paper Strikes Back, Dwight still has Yoda, but Harvey has created his own puppet, Darth Paper. Harvey and his origami puppet are clearly on the dark side of the force, and after a few Origami Yoda incidents manages to get Dwight expelled from school. Tommy and his friends create a new case file, detailing how Dwight and his paper Yoda make school a better place and hope to convince the school board to let him return to school. However, Harvey is still on his crusade of darkness and just as determined to make sure Dwight does not return to their school.

See my complete review here on Associated Content.
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